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The Reality War. Book2 out in paperback. Book1 free!

My mini-time travel adventure series: The Reality War is finally out in paperback. I’ve also cut the exclusivity deal with Amazon so both novels are coming out in eBook form for iPad, iPhone, Kobo, and Nook (though not yet at … Continue reading

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The Reality War Book2: Read it today!

My second novel, The Reality War Book2: The City of Destruction is working its way through Amazon’s servers towards publication in the Kindle Store. If you have the eBook version of book1, then you don’t have to wait for Amazon, … Continue reading

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Pillboxes: just how much are we influenced by childhood experiences?

Yesterday I took my family to Audley End House a stately home wonderfully restored and maintained by the charity, English Heritage. It’s big all right, with gardens modelled by famous landscaper Capability Brown and an opulent interior with a very … Continue reading

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Stephen Baxter review copy winners

I’ve sent out copies to the winners of Stephen Baxter’s new book: Last and First Contacts. Thanks for entering and enjoy your books: James Kelker Jovid52 Mike Louks A.B.R. Rob Evans Astronomer72 If you haven’t received anything, entered but didn’t … Continue reading

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10 review copies of Stephen Baxter’s new eBook to give away

Science fiction (and alternate history) author, Stephen Baxter, has a flurry of book releases at the moment: The Science of Avatar, The Long Earth (in collaboration with Terry Pratchet) and the Doctor Who book, The Wheel of Ice (a Patrick Troughton-era … Continue reading

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My debut novel published today on Kindle: 99c/ 77p launch price!

My time-travelling science fiction series The Reality War launches today with Book1: The Slough of Despond. This is first and foremost science fiction adventure, but there’s also light-touch allegory inspired by The Pilgrim’s Progress. If you liked novels by Stephen Baxter, Alastair Reynolds, or … Continue reading

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I’m interviewed by Robyn Porter

In which I talk about Last Man Through the Gate, my approach to writing, and the big scary ideas that lurk in the background, connecting much of my fiction. And Lego. You can see the interview here.

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